Sadia Karamat says her six-year-old daughter Noor was having an especially tough time since her parents split up. And when she learned her father wouldn’t be around to escort her to her father-daughter dance, she was extremely disappointed.
Big brother, 17, saw how sad his baby sister was and stepped in! He took her shopping for a sparkly dress and accompanied her to the dance.
“We’ve had to move states, been homeless, and have struggled continuously for the past few months,” Mohammad explains. “It has all been very hard on us, but we are thankful for how close it has brought us to each other…To me the dance meant so much. It sort of gave me a wake-up call on how important it is to be there for her.”
The two left the dance, tired from a night of dancing and having fun, with a BIG box of chocolates for Noor. Turns out, that was the prize awarded to "Best Dad" which Mohammad had won. And he’s definitely the best brother too.
Got to take my baby sister to her first daddy daughter dance the other night. Sorry you don't have a dad but I'll always be there for you ❤ pic.twitter.com/Qo2yNBLZlo— Mohammad Hasher (@its_hashurr) February 6, 2017